YU enjoys a strong homeland cache while retaining that outsider company feeling that a similar operation like OnePlus has. Well, one kicked the other out of India for a time, so yeah, an outsider YU isn’t. In fact, like the Honor brand is to Huawei, YU is actually a rebellious subsidiary of Micromax. And it’s set on using its revelry to ding the competition. All of the competition.

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Subscribers to YU’s newsletter have gotten word that the company’s latest flagship, the Yutopia, will be available for purchase on December 7.

With a Snapdragon 810, Cyanogen OS and a variant with 4GB of RAM and a QHD display expected, Micromax is going for a cutthroat price tag and some cutthroat marketing.

On its website, — in addition to jabs against OnePlus — the iPhone gets a couple of attack-dog graphics shaming its battery life while the Galaxy S6 edge is criticized as a flagship that includes only 3GB of RAM.

If you’re still interested, you can still register to get YU’s supposed “real beast” of a phone right now at the YU source link.

Source: YU, Android Headlines
Via: GSMArena

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